Arthur Renowitzky faced an intense hardship with inspiring strength. He had a seemingly unattainable goal. Eugene Yoon wanted to help, but what could he do? Yoon decided to walk 2,663 miles so his new friend could walk at all. These two CVHS graduates have recently gained nationwide attention through their inspiring message of kindness. In… Continue reading He walked so his friend could too
Alex Honnold wants us to know that there’s more to him than the difficult rock climbs he ascends without a rope. Then again, he titled his new book “Alone on the Wall” and put a picture of himself soloing a high overhanging cliff on its cover. Honnold says he climbs safely, but takes risks even… Continue reading Honnold: super or suicidal?
For Yosemite visitors used to cooking on gas stoves on crowded Camp 4 picnic tables, the Chefs’ Holidays events held in the park each winter may provide a refreshing and delicious change of pace. World-class chefs from around the country gather to both cook and teach over several sessions each lasting three days. Guests not… Continue reading Chefs’ Holidays at The Ahwahnee